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İngilizce - Türkçe

Anlaşılması yeterince basit bir evren onu anlayabilecek bir aklı üretemeyecek kadar çok basittir. - Any universe simple enough to be understood is too simple to produce a mind able to understand it.

Matematik, yarın kalkarsan ve evrenin gittiğini keşfedersen yapmaya devam edebileceğin, bilimin bir parçasıdır. - Mathematics is the part of science you could continue to do if you woke up tomorrow and discovered the universe was gone.

(Ticaret) ana kütle
{i} âlem
{i} cihan
{i} kâinat

Kâinat nasıl yaratıldı? - How was the universe created?

Kainat kocaman bir okul. - The universe is a large school.

(Matematik) evrensel küme
universe of discourse
söylem evreni
miss universe
dünya güzeli
horizon of the universe
evren ufku
clockwork universe
clockwork evren
parallel universe
Paralel evren
steady state universe
kararlı durum evrenin
system universe
sistem evren
the universe
horizon of the universe
(Astronomi) evren gözerimi
stationary universe
(Astronomi) kararlı evren
İngilizce - İngilizce
The sum of everything that exists in the cosmos, including time and space itself

Powerful telescopes look far back into the distant reaches of the Universe.

Everything under consideration

In all this universe of possibilities, there is only one feasible option.

Intense form of world in the sense of perspective or social setting

That didn’t just rock my world, it rocked my universe.

The sum of everything that exists in the cosmos, including time and space itself; same as the Universe
An imaginary collection of worlds

The universe in this comic book series is richly imagined.

An entity similar to our Universe; one component of a larger entity known as the multiverse
{n} a general system of things, the world
The universe is the whole of space and all the stars, planets, and other forms of matter and energy in it. Early astronomers thought that our planet was the centre of the universe
{i} world, cosmos, creation, nature, everything
If you talk about someone's universe, you are referring to the whole of their experience or an important part of it. Good writers suck in what they see of the world, re-creating their own universe on the page = world. Whole cosmic system of matter and energy of which Earth is a part. Its main constituents are the galaxies, within which are stars and stellar groupings and nebulae (see nebula). Earth's Sun is one star among the billions of stars in the Milky Way Galaxy. All atoms, subatomic particles, and everything they compose are also part of the universe. The universe is governed by four fundamental forces: the strong force, the weak force, the electromagnetic force, and gravitation. Numerous theories have been proposed for the origin and structure of the universe. See also big bang; cosmology; expanding universe; steady-state theory
All of the observable phenomenon in the celestial cosmos
a whole system of created things The universes are three in number The first of these is one’s own universe The second would be the material universe, which is the universe of matter, energy, space and time, which is the common meeting ground of all of us The third is actually a class of universes-the universe of every other person
The total names and addresses in a given list or market segment fitting a single set of specifications
n all existing things, including Earth, the solar system, and the galaxies, all together as a whole
the biggest living creature above all All objects inside the Universe are just its parts, and their existence helps to the Universe to understand itself
Everything that we know exists and all that will be found in the future make up the Universe
a collection of planets, stars, moons, and multitudes of other energy forms existing throughout creation Many universes, not just the one we know associated with planet earth
everything that exists anywhere; "they study the evolution of the universe"; "the biggest tree in existence"
In astronomy, the sum total of all things which can be directly observed or whose physical effects on other things can be detected
The totality of all matter and radiation and the space occupied by same
The entire set of units for which generalizations are drawn The universe for the DAWN ED sample is all non-Federal, short-stay, general medical and surgical hospitals in the coterminous U S with EDs open 24 hours a day, 7 days a week (See also Coterminous U S )
(statistics) the entire aggregation of items from which samples can be drawn; "it is an estimate of the mean of the population"
the contents of the Universe, and the empty spaces in the Universe
The universe is everything It contains stars, galaxies, quasars, and everything else
All created things viewed as constituting one system or whole; the whole body of things, or of phenomena; the &?; &?; of the Greeks, the mundus of the Latins; the world; creation
The universe of all known private venture capital partnerships in the U S Funds excluded were: those funds making substantial foreign investments; hybrid funds primarily making public market purchases; funds doing solely leveraged buyouts; and funds of funds The Universe also excluded funds with a single corporate partner, funds formed to acquire an existing venture capital firm's portfolio, wholly-owned venture capital subsidiaries of financial or non financial corporations, Small Business Investment Companies (SBICs) and family funds
Worlds with common universe server, citizenship database and universe attributes like starting world and browser version Can be bought from Activeworlds company
the whole body of things and phenomena observed that exists
All that is In 1920 this term was used also to describe the Milky Way stellar system With the resolution of the Curtis - Shapley debate came the first generally accepted understanding that our Galaxy was not the only galaxy in the cosmos, so that the universe contains more than the Milky Way stellar system
Everything in space; all the planets, stars and galaxies, and everything between Scientists believe the universe is expanding, though it is not known whether this will continue Studies in 1998 made age estimates of 15 billion years, though other estimates vary from this number Recent NASA research puts the figure at 12 billion years, though this has been disputed
everything stated or assumed in a given discussion
everything stated or assumed in a given discussion everything that exists anywhere; "they study the evolution of the universe"; "the biggest tree in existence
It is best to admit that we have no knowledge whatsoever about the origin of the universe We do not know how matter came into existence; neither does it help to claim that the universe has always existed, so that there was no actual moment of creation
the entirety of all matter and energy
The huge space which contains all of the matter and energy in existence V VALLEY A piece of low land lying between hills or mountains
The total entity of interest in a sampling program, often together with some structural features The EMAP universe is the entire United States, together with adjoining waters (See related: population )
(a) Everything we know exists within it, and we can see out only as far as light has had time to travel since the Big Bang So when we look out further into space, we are looking backwards in time We think of the Universe as being four-dimensional; three spatial dimensions (x, y, z), corresponding to the three orthogonal axes on a graph, and one temporal We are free to move in any direction in space, but are condemned forever to move forwards in time (b) Unless you're Superman Who was a goblin All that stuff about Krypton was just a cover story
"An omni-interaccommodative, nonsimultaneous, and only partially overlapping, omni-intertransforming, self-regenerating scenario " (Buckminster Fuller) The aggregate of all experience The role of the observers, or humanity, is an essential component of the definition, for awareness is a prerequisite to defining and understanding Experience consists of dynamic, regenerative patterns of energy (paraphrased from Fuller)
all existing things, including the earth, the solar system, the galaxy, and everything therein regarded as a whole
A universe is the business-intelligent semantic layer that isolates users from the technical issues of the database Universes are made up of classes and objects Objects are elements that map to a set of data from a relational database in terms that pertain to your business situation For example, the objects in a human resources universe might include Names, Addresses and Salaries Classes are logical groupings of objects For example, the objects listed above might belong to a class called Employees Universes are created by a universe designer, using BusinessObjects Designer WebIntelligence and BusinessObjects 5i Reporter users then use these universes to access the data they need from the database through an intuitive, user-friendly interface (back to top)
universe of discourse
The set of all entities over which quantifiers—including "for all" and "there exists"—range
universe of discourse
A class containing all the entities referred to in a discourse or an argument. Also called universe
Center of the Universe
a nickname for New York City
Centre of the Universe
a nickname for the city of Toronto, due to its self-absorbed haughty attitude
Master of the Universe
a media franchise created by the American toy manufacturer Mattel in 1982

Most major companies have stampeded to produce a line of so-called male action figures like Mattel's Masters of the Universe.

Master of the Universe
a powerful person

They felt themselves lords and masters of the universe, with power over life and death.

Master of the Universe

To God, the Supreme Master of the universe, our Creator, the All Holy, All Good, we owe honour, service, obedience, and love.

Master of the Universe
highly successful business person

The man who once boasted he was master of the universe for making Vivendi a global media giant arrived in less triumphant fashion on Wednesday – through the back door of a Paris court.

Masters of the Universe
plural form of Master of the Universe
alternate universe
A hypothetical world situated in a different dimension of space and time than the real world consisting of the universe known and experienced by human beings

The first credible suggestion that alternate universes might exist came in the early 1950s when a young physics graduate student named Hugh Everett was toying with some of the more bizarre implications of quantum mechanics.

alternate universe
An imaginary realm, often a variant form of the real world, depicting a different way events could have unfolded or the universe could have functioned

This American President exists in an alternate universe from the one the real Bill Clinton must inhabit.

alternative universe
Alternative form of alternate universe
clockwork universe
a universe in which all of the actions of matter and energy operate as reactions according to predetermined rules set down by a creator, like the movements of a clock
expanded universe
In fiction, the extension of a media franchise (i.e. a television show, series of feature films, etc.) with other media (generally comics and original novels), often with the result being that the stories described in the other media are not considered canon in the original
fine-tuned universe
A universe whose parameters (fundamental constants) are within a very narrow range enabling chemically based life to exist
heat death of the universe
entropic doom
Referring to a perspective or view from the context of a fictional world, in contrast to a perspective from the real world

Referring to Lord Voldemort as the most feared person in the world is an in-universe classification in the Harry Potter series.

island universe
A galaxy
Referring to a perspective or view from the real world, in contrast to a perspective from within the fictional world

An out-of-universe perspective of the Narnia series might classify a hag as a witch, though author C. S. Lewis excludes them from this category within the stories.

parallel universe
A universe that exists separately alongside another universe
risk universe
All risks that could affect an entity
two dimensional universe
A hypothetical universe with similar properties to our own, but flattened to only two dimensions, (eg, instead of X, Y, and Z, only X and Y). It is useful in describing physics properties such as orbits, etc
Creator of the universe
God, the Blessed One, My Lord, Ruler of the Universe
Friedmann universe
Model universe developed in 1922 by the Russian meteorologist and mathematician Aleksandr Friedmann (1888-1925). He believed that Albert Einstein's general theory of relativity required a theory of the universe in motion, as opposed to the static universe that scientists until then had proposed. He hypothesized a big bang followed by expansion, then contraction and an eventual big crunch. His model supposes a closed universe, but similar solutions involve an open universe (which expands infinitely) or a flat universe (in which expansion continues infinitely but gradually approaches a rate of zero). See also Edwin P. Hubble
King of the Universe
name for God
Lord of the Universe
Master of the Universe
name for God
Miss Universe
a US competition in which women from many different countries compete to be judged the most beautiful and to win the title "Miss Universe
Miss Universe
winner of the Miss Universe beauty pageant
Miss Universe contest
yearly competition for choosing the most beautiful woman to represent the world
Miss Universe pageant
annual worldwide beauty contest
Mr Universe
a US competition in which men from many different countries who are bodybuilders (=people who exercise to develop big muscles) compete to be judged the most physically attractive and to win the title 'Mr Universe'
The universe
The universe
clockwork universe
the view that the universe resembles a clock built by God and ticking along according to Newtonian mechanics
closed universe
(cosmology) a universe in which there is sufficient matter to halt the expansion that began with the big bang and to cause the universe to collapse again; the visible matter is only 10 percent of the matter required for closure but there may be large amounts of dark matter
closed universe
A model of the universe in which there is sufficient matter, and thus gravitational force, to halt the expansion initiated by the big bang
expanding universe
Current understanding of the state of the universe. It is based on the finding that all galaxies are moving away from each other. Application of general relativity to cosmology, along with the detection of redshifted light coming from galaxies outside the Milky Way Galaxy, led to the realization in the 1920s that all galaxies are receding (see Edwin Hubble). It is unknown whether the universe will expand indefinitely (open universe) or eventually collapse (closed universe) into an extremely dense, congested state, as it began, according to the big-bang model. See also Friedmann universe
expansion of the universe
theory which states that galaxies are traveling further away from the earth and from each other at a constant rate of speed
hub of the universe
center of the universe
inflationary universe
A model of the universe in which the early universe undergoes a period of exponentially rapid expansion, required to develop the high degree of homogeneity shown by the present-day universe
open universe
A model of the universe in which there is insufficient matter, and thus insufficient gravitational force, to halt the expansion initiated by the big bang
oscillating universe
A closed-universe model in which the expansion of the universe slows and reverses, causing a collapse into a singularity which then explodes into a new universe, repeating the cycle
steady state universe
A model universe in which the density of matter is constant over space and time, and the expansion of the universe, required on other grounds, is compensated for by the continuous creation of matter. The model is generally believed to be discredited by the discovery of the background radiation of the big bang
Plural of universe
whole universe
very much, all the information, entire world



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    [ yü-n&-"v&rs ] (noun.) 1589. From Old French univers, from Latin universum (“all things, as a whole, the universe”), neuter of universus (“all together, whole, entire, collective, general, literally turned or combined into one”), from uni-, combining form of unus (“one”) + versus (“turned”), perfect passive participle of vertere (“to turn”).


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